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Unipart Dorman lightweight signals now are designated
‘self-cleaning’ and require no visits for signals in locations where they are exposed to free falling rain. It is estimated that this will reduce maintenance costs by over £4,061,000 over the life of the signals.
Unipart Rail mobilised its Innovation Centres of Excellence to develop a complete new WigWag which not only had much higher luminous intensity, but also an improved ‘tilt’ mechanism for local adjustment.
At Unipart Dorman we understand that some eventualities are not always planned for. We supported Siemens and Amey with an urgent delivery of signal modules to multiple sites, enabling the commissionings to go ahead.
The collaborative relationship with Unipart Dorman provided Signalling Solutions Ltd with the reassurance that they could immediately turn to us for help and gave them the confidence that we would deliver the most suitable solution to their problem.
Over the last few years, Unipart Dorman have been working closely with Thales to develop a range of new signals for the modernisation of four London Underground lines (Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan, District and Circle).